Filippa K revisits their spring 2011 collection with its latest campaign starring Katrin Thormann in a natural setting returning to its Scandinavian roots at the Swedish archipelago. Lensed by Camilla Akrans and styled by Robert Rydberg, Katrin is a free spirit in the label’s minimalistic looks. / View the spring 2011 film under the cut
Bringing some sparkle and shine to the Bergdorf Goodman fall collections catalogue, Katrin Thormann models the luxury retailer’s evening wear and party dress selection. In front of Katerina Jebb’s lens, Katrin plays dress up in stunning pieces from Oscar de la Renta, Elie Saab, Carolina Herrera and more in Hypnose.
Capturing sixteen notable pieces from Maison Martin Margiela throughout the years, photographer Karel Kuehne brings a soft edge to the label’s conceptualized designs in September’s Quality Magazine. Styled by Jane Garber, model Katrin Thormann dons twenty-two years of Maison Martin Margiela in a rustic setting made of stone and wood.
Like an apparition in the night, Katrin Thormann appears from the shadows in the most recent issue from Vogue Germany. Photographed by Alexi Lubormirski and styled by Christiane Arp, Katrin wears airy pieces that take on a life of their own in the ethereal Traumfrau (Dream Woman).
1) Natasha Poly for the “Natasha Obsessed” issue of Muse magazine, photo by Riccardo Tisci
2) Karolin Wolter, Luca Gadjus and Katrin Thormann for Tush #17, photos by Armin Morbach
In a way this is a continuation of my Swarovski post from Dazed & Confused. This time however, the photos come from Another Magazine. I have to say that I enjoyed the backstage shots a bit more. Perhaps it’s because there were less effects in those. These feel a bit overloaded with light textures but they’re still beautiful nonetheless.